Burn more calories, and eat dessert
Use your 1-2-3 dots to learn where you should stand when playing the net, according to where the ball bounces. When your partner is serving, your neutral position at the net should be in the middle of the box, #2, or yellow dot. Make an imaginary "X" in the box, and stand where the "X" connects; that is your neutral position. If your partner serves the ball wide on the ad side, move one step to your right, or behind the #3 green dot. Look to intercept the ball as you are also guarding the alley. If the ball goes cross court to your partner that is at the baseline, now you must move back, 2 diagonal shuffle step and stand behind #1 red dot. Now you're covering up the middle in case your partner hits to the net person. If your partner hits a good cross court shot, now you must move back toward the #1 green dot, and look for the ball. So, if your partner stays at the baseline, you will be burning many calories moving back and forth between the red dot, and the green dot. (You can have dessert that night because you will burn so many calories). If you don't want to work that hard, tell your partner to come to the net with you! Dessert, or no dessert?